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Special Edition, Friday, July 1, 2011

It's Time for PINK!



The long awaited Pink store at 154 S. Madison, in the former Luminaria lighting store location, opens today in time for First Friday! The business, owned by a partnership of women including Celeste Shaw (owner of Chaps), Chris Lynch, Lana Neuman and Erica Parish, is one of the most unique in Spokane. It features a wide variety of eclectic antiques, reclaimed items that have been crafted into unique furniture, home and decor items. A unique art gallery also showcases colorful artwork by Chris Lynch.

Neuman and Parish, who relocated here from the Seattle area, are doing business all over the country through their web based company, deja neu, with the website dejaneu.com. Theses two amazing artisans craft furniture and home decor from a variety of materials, including old chopping blocks, barn wood and bowling alley floors. They also make very interesting lighting fixtures, desks, cabinets, dining chairs, stools and more. Some of their creative work can be found in the Ralph Lauren store in Manhattan.

The whole store is full of interesting finds and amazing items. Pink is open Wednesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm. The phone number is 509-838-2054.


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